Eurelectric has pledged to reach carbon neutrality within Europe’s power supply “well before” the year 2050.
Great Britain’s electricity networks will collaborate on new markets for flexibility services to rival the need for traditional upgrade investments, developing a national smart grid which could deliver £17 billion back to the economy by 2050.
Projects supporting markets for flexibility have been endorsed by Ofgem within the regulator’s Network Innovation Competition (NIC).
Clean energy utility Good Energy is to install its first battery storage project for long-time partner the Eden Project.
The Green Investment Group has today launched a new service to help medium and large energy users adopt distributed energy systems.
LO3 Energy has launched what it has labelled as a patented blockchain software and transaction system.
Northern Powergrid is to plough £1.9 million into the creation of a smart energy grid across its network, allowing its eight million customers to trade power and services using their home solar, battery systems and electric vehicles.
The government’s new industrial strategy has made local smart energy systems one of its priority areas of development.
Centrica has pitched its future vision of the UK’s business energy market, suggesting that greater distributed power could save the economy billions, create thousands of jobs and help boost productivity.
Electric vehicles could provide as much as 11GW of grid flexibility by 2030, according to new analysis by Open Energi.
Verv has laid claim to launching the UK’s first energy trading community at a housing estate in Hackney.
Centrica has made a raft of proposals to both government and Ofgem in a bid to “level the playing field” in the energy market.
Electricity North West has said consumers could be saved around £300 million over the next 25 years simply by lowering their electricity supply with voltage controllers without anyone noticing a difference in their power supply.
The aptly-named Development House in the heart of London’s tech city of Old Street hosts Open Utility, a firm intent on disrupting, but also collaborating with, UK electricity’s established names. Clean Energy News sat down with CEO and co-founder James Johnson to discuss the company's global rise and what areas it has in its sights going forward.
National Grid’s UK power transmission profits slid more than 20% in the first half of its 2017/18 financial year, with the system operator (SO) continuing to prepare for its changing role in the power market.
Ofgem has revealed how it could overhaul current network access arrangements and charges in a bid to address perceived system imbalances and save consumers significant sums.
E.On has launched a new campaign to promote its fledgling EV charging network as it prepares to bring E.On Drive to the UK.
Flexible and distributed energy sources in the UK will reach 25GW by 2030 according to Aurora Energy Research, which has forecast potential annual revenues close to £3 billion as batteries, ‘peakers’ and demand-side response (DSR) come to the fore.
Dieter Helm has pitched his vision for the future energy market, including a “significantly diminished” role for Ofgem as its responsibilities are largely redistributed.
UK power provider Ecotricity is to open a new office in Bristol which will become the firm’s new technology hub.
Centrica has warned that UK businesses are at an increased risk of power-related failures that could endanger employees and profit margins.
Power market stakeholders have united to form a new alliance on smart power that has received ringing, cross-party endorsement from government.
British Gas has partnered with Landis+Gyr to install the very first SMETS2-certified smart meter, heralding a new era for smart, domestic energy.
Regulators will need to evolve and adapt new approaches if they are to best protect consumers as the power market continues to pivot, a new report has warned.
Shell has today formally launched its new on-forecourt electric vehicle charging service, dubbed Shell Recharge.
Islington Council has partnered with Robin Hood Energy to launch London’s first municipal energy provider in more than a century.
UK system operator National Grid and Reactive Technologies have claimed to have continuously measured and monitored grid stability for the first time.
Global energy giants E.On and Enel have combined to trade power via a new blockchain-powered marketplace for the first time.
The failure of players in the energy market to share data is costing the industry as much as £4 billion, legal practice Foot Anstey has said.
With just one day to go until the doors of Birmingham’s NEC open for Solar & Storage Live, Clean Energy News spoke to David Hill, commercial director at Open Energi, before he takes to the stage to discuss the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the UK energy system.